Revolutionary Command Council in Damascus Suburb / Daily Report
Monday, June 18, 2012
Twenty-nine victims were reported in Damascus Suburb today including women, children and defected soldiers. Victims were killed during snipers shooting and random shelling on cities and farms. One victim was executed on the street in Qatana while another died from a heart attack when he learned his home was set on fire by regime militias. In addition, dozens of injuries were reported during random shelling on residential districts and gunfire attacks, including a pregnant woman. Several are in critical condition while others are still on the streets or trapped under debris and can not be reached by rescuers due to the ongoing shelling. A parent and four years old daughter where shots by regime snipers as family was attempting to flee their home in Douma in search for safe refuge, both father and daughter were severely wounded and are in critical condition.
Al-Assad forces resumed their brutal practices against civilians as regime militias carried out random and vicious assaults on mosques, homes and businesses, launched a detention raid and detained dozens of peaceful civilians including students. Snipers stationed heavily on high buildings and main streets, opened fire on pedestrians, vehicles and passengers, looted and burned homes and agricultural crops.
Massive explosions, light and sounds bombs rocked in several areas. Regime military launched random and ferocious shelling on cities, mainly in Douma, using tanks, artillery and warplanes. As result, an extensive damage in the infrastructure was reported especially in hospitals, schools and power plants.
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